Davis Cup

All for the Cup for Charly Berlocq

Carlos Berlocq saw a dream 2013 cut short when he was forced to retire down 0-2 to Ivan Dodig in the first round of Basel. This foot injury, that he sustained in Shanghai, forced him to pull-out of the...

Belgium in the driver’s seat

Belgium took a logical 2-0 lead against a decimated Canada in Middelkerke

Germany, France, Switzerland into the Davis Cup quarter-finals

Three teams have booked their passage into April's Davis Cup quarter-finals by clinching their tie 3-0. Germany forced Spain to play September's play-offs for the second consecutive year when the team comprised of Tommy Haas and Philipp Kohlschreiber won a...

In Davis Cup, Carlos Berlocq enjoys every moment

A team player through and through, the Gladiator of Chascomús brings a lot to his mates, be it on the court or on the bench

Davis Cup – The Radek Stepanek Show in Doubles

After Novak Djokovic and Tomas Berdych logically prevailed in their opening matches, on Friday, levelling the tie at 1-1, it was up to the doubles teams to break that initial deadlock. Without surprise, Vladimir Safarik, like Jaroslav Navratil has been...

Argentina vs Brazil – Pending headline

Argentina is disheartened, but not vanquished
Davis Cup

The Davis Cup is no more

The Davis Cup is no more. After 118 years, the member nations of the ITF, following a major input of money by footballer Gerard Piqué (via his group, Kosmos) and billionaire tournament director Larry Ellison, have voted by 71.43%...

A first in 34 years signed Murray… and Murrray

The Brits, thanks to three wins from the Murray brothers, advanced to the Davis Cup semifinals for the first time since 1981
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Davis Cup – Australia and USA tied after Day 1

In Kooyong, Australia and the United States are tied at a win apiece after the first day of action

World Group wrap-up

Wrapping-up the Davis Cup weekend with a summaries of all play-off ties and the seeds for 2015